Gallery: Players shine at footy’s glamour night

South Western Times
Harvey Bulls player Steve Kefalianos, Forrest MHR Nola Marino and Harvey Bulls team manager Daniel Ebert.
Camera IconHarvey Bulls player Steve Kefalianos, Forrest MHR Nola Marino and Harvey Bulls team manager Daniel Ebert. Credit: South Western Times

History was created at the 72nd Hayward Medal count at the Quality Lighthouse Hotel last Friday night.

Collie Eagles midfielder Travis Cleggett was awarded the Hayward Medal, while for the first time the Nola Marino Medal was presented, with Bunbury captain-coach Trish Lake taking top honours as well as the competition’s leading goalkicker award.

A number of players, former medallists and football officials from across WA attended the event.

Pictures from the night:

Carey Park players Moya Bazzo, Billie Hagan and Gemma Stewart.
Camera IconCarey Park players Moya Bazzo, Billie Hagan and Gemma Stewart. Credit: South Western Times
South Bunbury Football Club women’s coach Teagan Smith and midfielder Katie Grieve.
Camera IconSouth Bunbury Football Club women’s coach Teagan Smith and midfielder Katie Grieve. Credit: South Western Times
South Bunbury Football Club female director Tracey Evans, captain Maddy Obal and forward Bethany Bond.
Camera IconSouth Bunbury Football Club female director Tracey Evans, captain Maddy Obal and forward Bethany Bond. Credit: South Western Times
Stuart Heasman and his son Dylan, from Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Football Club.
Camera IconStuart Heasman and his son Dylan, from Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Football Club. Credit: South Western Times
Donnybrook captain Shane Cristaldi, South West Football League general manager John Vidos and Craig McNaughton, from Donnybrook Football Club.
Camera IconDonnybrook captain Shane Cristaldi, South West Football League general manager John Vidos and Craig McNaughton, from Donnybrook Football Club. Credit: South Western Times
West Australian Football Commission South West regional development manager Glenn Omodei, Eaton Boomers coach Brett Maguire and club president Gary Bock.
Camera IconWest Australian Football Commission South West regional development manager Glenn Omodei, Eaton Boomers coach Brett Maguire and club president Gary Bock. Credit: South Western Times
Tahlia Pennells, of Perth, Donnybrook footballers Sam Lowrie, Jacob Kendle, Stephen Beale and Amy Martindale, of Donnybrook.
Camera IconTahlia Pennells, of Perth, Donnybrook footballers Sam Lowrie, Jacob Kendle, Stephen Beale and Amy Martindale, of Donnybrook. Credit: South Western Times
Donnybrook captain Shane Cristaldi, South West Football League general manager John Vidos and Craig McNaughton, from Donnybrook Football Club.
Camera IconDonnybrook captain Shane Cristaldi, South West Football League general manager John Vidos and Craig McNaughton, from Donnybrook Football Club. Credit: South Western Times
Harvey Brunswick Leschenault ruck Brittany Gliddon, women’s coach Laura Relph, assistant coach Alison Spence and captain Claudia Howkins.
Camera IconHarvey Brunswick Leschenault ruck Brittany Gliddon, women’s coach Laura Relph, assistant coach Alison Spence and captain Claudia Howkins. Credit: South Western Times
Collie Football Club forward Joel Houghton and his wife Rachael and Donnybrook midfielder Kieran Hug.
Camera IconCollie Football Club forward Joel Houghton and his wife Rachael and Donnybrook midfielder Kieran Hug. Credit: South Western Times
1990 Hayward medallist Darren Best and his wife Laura, 1989 Hayward medallist winner Mark Blakely and wife Dana and East Perth Football Club chief executive officer Dean Turner.
Camera Icon1990 Hayward medallist Darren Best and his wife Laura, 1989 Hayward medallist winner Mark Blakely and wife Dana and East Perth Football Club chief executive officer Dean Turner. Credit: South Western Times
West Australian Football Commission South West regional development manager Glenn Omodei, Eaton Boomers coach Brett Maguire and club president Gary Bock.
Camera IconWest Australian Football Commission South West regional development manager Glenn Omodei, Eaton Boomers coach Brett Maguire and club president Gary Bock. Credit: South Western Times

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